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Veterans Helping Veterans TV

The mission of "Veterans Helping Veterans" TV is to inform, educate and motivate veterans to learn about and apply for potential entitlements. We present individuals and groups that work on behalf of veterans. We encourage people to volunteer and make a positive impact in the lives of veterans.
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Winner of the 2013 W.A.V.E. Award for Performing Arts/ Professional. The following is the 1st interview of 5 Tomas Montoya speaks on how he overcame an addition to drugs and with the help of U.S. VETS made it possible for his rehabilitation. There are many problems facing homeless veterans and there are solutions like U.S. VETS. Interviews conducted April 8, 2013 at U.S. VETS, Riverside, CA.
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Filmed at the San Fransisco Job Fair on May 15, 2014. http://www.durhamschoolservices.com/ 510.887.6005 This is pilot project, but the content is FACTUAL!
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Filmed at the San Fransisco Job Fair on May 15, 2014. http://www.bauersit.com/ This is pilot project, but the content is FACTUAL!
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Winner of the 2013 W.A.V.E. Award for Performing Arts/ Professional. The following is the 4th interview of 5 Gary Miller talks about his homelessness and how U.S. VETS gave him a hand up toward recovery as well as the positive impact it has had on his life. There are many problems facing homeless veterans and there are solutions like U.S. VETS. Interviews conducted April 8, 2013 at U.S. VETS, Riverside, CA.
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Winner of the 2013 W.A.V.E. Award for Performing Arts/ Professional. The following is the 2nd interview of 5. As a former client of U.S. VETS, Larry Jordan, an Air Force veteran talks about the drug addition that took 25 years of his life. He continues how U.S. VETS helped him with staying focused and regaining his life. There are many problems facing homeless Veterans and there are solutions like U.S. VETS. Interviews conducted April 8, 2013 at U.S. VETS, Riverside, CA.
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Frederick Robinson, an Army veteran who was caught up in drugs and alcohol after getting out. Robinson, who decided to change his life with the help of U.S. VETS. U.S. VETS helped to guide him as well as give direction to becoming a contributing veteran of society.

There are many problems facing homeless Veterans and there are solutions like U.S. VETS. Interviews conducted April 8, 2013 at U.S. VETS, Riverside, CA.
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"Something from Eddie" was written by:Pam Baker. She tell us the story of, her uncle, Eddie Livingston, a WW2 U.S. Army vet. "He fought in multiple campaigns and he was captured, interred, and beaten in Nazi POW camps, and received multiple, life-long wounds that were both physical and emotional.. Through his own pain and suffering, Eddie continued his march with his typewriter, tirelessly authoring letters to the Veterans Administration, congressmen and even Presidents of the...
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Filmed at the San Fransisco Job Fair on May 15, 2014. http://www.veteransemploymentcommitte... This is pilot project, but the content is FACTUAL!
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Filmed at the San Fransisco Job Fair on May 15, 2014. http://www.harborhouse.org/ This is pilot project, but the content is FACTUAL!
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Aurelio Sanchez, a 26 year Navy veteran, who is one of the many Career Counselor at U.S. VETS. Who started by volunteering to being offered a job as a veteran counselor. He worked directly with veterans who need job placement, resumes, as well as interview skills. He is currently is working toward a Masters in Psychology. There are many problems facing homeless Veterans and there are solutions like U.S. VETS. Interviews conducted April 8, 2013 at U.S. VETS, Riverside, CA.
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Winner of the 2013 W.A.V.E. Award for Performing Arts/ Professional. The following is the 3rd interview of 5. Bennie McDaniel shares his story on how he overcame life's barriers to become self sufficient veteran with the help of U.S. VETS. There are many problems facing homeless Veterans and there are solutions like U.S. VETS. Interviews conducted April 8, 2013 at U.S. VETS, Riverside, CA.
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Paula Corvalan, who is the case manager for U.S. VETS Riverside. As a case manager, she assists them on their Individual Action Plan (IAP). The IAP is the direction for which the veteran will take to become reintegrated into the workforce. She has seen dramatic changes in many of the veterans who walk into U.S. VETS. There are many problems facing homeless Veterans and there are solutions like U.S. VETS. Interviews conducted April 8, 2013 at U.S. VETS, Riverside, CA.
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Erica Gomez, the Clinical Director of U.S. VETS, Riverside talks about the importance of helping veterans with the transition from military to civilian life. There are many problems facing homeless Veterans and there are solutions like U.S. VETS. Interviews conducted April 8, 2013 at U.S. VETS, Riverside, CA.
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Ruben Russell talks about his broken relationship with his family and how U.S. VETS gave him a hand up to a whole new life. He mentions if it were not for U.S. VETS he would be dead. There are many problems facing homeless Veterans and there are solutions like U.S. VETS. Interviews conducted April 8, 2013 at U.S. VETS, Riverside, CA.
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Carey Wechman talks about the struggles he endured with the transition from military to civilian life. How he did not let his homelessness get the best of him and with the help form U.S. VETS, he was able to overcome the transitional problems. There are many problems facing homeless Veterans and there are solutions like U.S. VETS. Interviews conducted April 8, 2013 at U.S. VETS, Riverside, CA.
Topics: VHVtv, Veterans Helping Veterans, Veterans, 2014
Filmed at the San Fransisco Job Fair on May 15, 2014. http://www.sfpdcareers.com 415.734.3331 This is pilot project, but the content is FACTUAL!
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Carolyn Livengood is a columnist for the San Mateo County Times. She is a veterans advocate and is the President of the Avenue of the Flags Committee at the Golden Gate National Cemetery in San Bruno, CA. She presents the need for road repair near the presentation area at Golden Gate Cemetery. She tells why it is important for people to volunteer and to remember the sacrifices of our veterans and to honor them during Memorial Day and Veterans Day.. Volunteers are always welcomed at the monthly...
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Client Mario Loredo talks about the importance that U.S. VETS has had in his life. A former gang member and drug user whose addition got the best of him, made the change to recovery with the help of U.S. VETS and the many programs they offer to our U.S. Military veterans. There are many problems facing homeless Veterans and there are solutions like U.S. VETS. Interviews conducted April 8, 2013 at U.S. VETS, Riverside, CA.
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Rob Kasheta, a client of U.S. VETS, talks about transitioning from the U.S. Air Force to civilian life. U.S. VETS not only helps with drug-addicted veterans, but veterans like Rob whose situation was not necessarily due to drugs per say, but rather because of relationships. U.S. VETS gave him a hand up to become the man he is now. There are many problems facing homeless Veterans and there are solutions like U.S. VETS. Interviews conducted April 8, 2013 at U.S. VETS, Riverside, CA.
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What is TBI, Traumatic Brain Injury? Interview with Dr. Maya V. Yutsis, Ph.D., Neuropsychologist at the Polytrauma Transitional Rehabilitation Program (PTRP) at the VA in Palo Alto, CA. March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Major physical, cognitive and emotional systems of concussion are presented.
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Donald Forden, a U.S. Army Chaplain, retired, outreaches to vets with emotional problems like P.T.S.D and military to civilian life transitions. Vets, make the choice for a better life with the help of U.S. VETS. There are many problems facing homeless Veterans and there are solutions like U.S. VETS. Interviews conducted April 8, 2013 at U.S. VETS, Riverside, CA.
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Sheryl Shaffer Interviews William Boehm of Vet to Vet San Francisco, John P. Pieretti, Ride Captain of the Patriot Guard Riders of San Mateo County, Bill Hodges of VVA Chapter 400 Oakland, CA, Dustin Noll of the Peninsula Vet Center, Rich Brugger, Comdr. of the VFW Post 8750 Daly City and VFW Dist 14, and Fred Loveland of Wounded Warrior '34 Ford. This event was presented by the Vietnam Veterans of America 464, the Steve Warren Memorial Chapter of Redwood City and filmed at the Veterans...
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Winner of the 2013 W.A.V.E. Award for Performing Arts/ Professional. This is the 5th and final interview Part 2. As a former client of U.S. VETS, Larry Williams talks about how the organization has helped him to regain his life. Now Acting Site Director at U.S. VETS, he talks about the important role the organization has in helping to end veteran homelessness. There are many problems facing homeless Veterans and there are solutions like U.S. VETS. Interviews conducted April 8, 2013 at U.S....
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Team AMVETS CA Women Veterans Committee presents "Women Veterans Appreciation Day 2014." Opens with Commander Helen Wong, AMVETS CA Post 34 and her welcoming remarks. Presenters are spoken word artist The Oracle, Denise Lyles-Cook "American Soldier We Care" and Michele Spencer, Lt. Col., U.S. Army and author of B.A.G.H.D.A.D. Yoga who persuades us to follow our bliss. Kate Weber, MST Survivor and veteran advocate, encourages other MST survivors to seek treatment. Kate was...
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Veterans Helping Veterans TV
Jun 5, 2013
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Formerly homeless veterans Corey Weckman and Rob Kasheta tell us how they overcame barriers like alcohol and drug addiction to become self sufficient. They offer their best advice to other homeless vets. U.S. VETS Career Counselor Aurelio Sanchez, Case Manager Paula Corvalan and Donald Forden, a U.S. Army Chaplain, retired, out reach to vets with emotional problems like P.T.S.D and military to civilian transition.. Vets, make the choice for a better life, U.S. VETS can help you achieve that...
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Veterans Helping Veterans TV
Jun 4, 2013
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Formerly homeless veterans Tomas Montoya, Larry Jordan, Bennie McDaniel, and Garry L. Miller tell us how they overcame barriers like alcohol and drug addiction to become self sufficient. They offer their best advice to other homeless vets. Larry Williams, acting Executive Director of U.S. VETS tells his personal story and how he ended up in his job. These are wonderful stories of struggle and redemption, veterans out reaching to other veterans. There are many problems facing homeless veterans...
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Veterans Helping Veterans TV
May 22, 2013
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Keith Blackey is interviewed by Sheryl Shaffer about the Scouting program in Afghanistan and Iraq and the history of scouting in those countries. Keith Blackey is an Advisor for PARSA Afghan Scouts.
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Veterans Helping Veterans TV
Apr 22, 2013
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Frederick Robinson, Reuben Russell, Mario Loredo and Erica Gomez, the Clinical Director of U.S. VETS, Riverside, are interviewed by Sheryl Shaffer. Filmed April 8 at U.S. Vets, March ARB, CA. The vets tell their stories of how U.S. VETS was able to help them overcome homeless, mental health issues and joblessness. The clinical Director, Erica Gomez, gives an over view of the services available through U.S. VETS.
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Veterans Helping Veterans TV
Mar 19, 2013
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Guests are Jarom Vahai, Chairman of the Veterans Employment Committee of San Mateo and Helen Wong, Team Leader for the AMVETS Career Center in San Francisco, CA. There are many career opportunities available at Google, Cisco and Bauer I.T. Jarom discusses green careers. Information on training available through the AMVETS CA Career Center in San Francisco is given by Helen Wong.
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Pam Maercklein is the Women Veterans' Coordinator for the Texas Veterans Commission in Austin. She gives an overview of the benefits available for vets in Texas such as assistance with filing for VA claims, employment services and entrepreneurship opportunities. Education is the key, learn about and apply for benefits. Don't be afraid to ask for your benefits. Interview by Sheryl Shaffer at the C.D.V.A. Women Veterans Conference, September 2013 in San Diego, CA.
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Paula J. Caplan, author of "When Johnny and Jane Come Marching Home" tells how all of us can help veterans and why it is so important to actively listen to what veterans have to say. The listening sessions are for ANY veteran; both combat and non combat, who wants to talk about their time in the military or trying to come home. Interview by Sheryl Shaffer at the C.D.V.A. Women Veterans Conference, September 2013 in San Diego, CA.
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Scott Langhoff, Chief Operations Officer for Vets Caring For Vets in San Diego. For more information: http://vetscaringforvets.com/ Scott is a 100% Service Connected Disabled vet of the U.S. Navy and tells us how he came up with this idea. Mr. Langhoff is a retired VFW National Veterans Service Officer and encourages vets to learn about and apply for benefits. Interview was filmed at the C.D.V.A. Women Veterans Leadership Conference in San Diego, Sept. 2013.
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Cassaundra Meigar - C'De Baca, U.S.A.F., is the Founder and CEO of the F7 Group in Austin, Texas. For more information on F7 follow the link below. ‪http://www.f7group.com F7 is designed to empower women veterans as well as women of military families. This is done by offering retreats. They rebuild women's self esteem and encourage them to become entrepreneurs. It is a collaborative investment, with local community providers and F7 to empower women to achieve their business goals. Interview...
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Rea Cichocki is a retired U.S. Army vet. She served for 38 years and her recent service was a 3 year tour in Iraq performing logistics and as an embassy carrier. She joined the WAC in 1968 and retired in 2010. She continues to serve as a Post Service Officer for the American Legion. She is involved with the American Indian Veteran Association and travels to reservations and rural areas, making presentations and encouraging others to get involved and participate in a veteran service...
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Dolores Padgett is the Commander of the VFW Post 7142, San Clemente. She tells how she started her military career as an army student nurse. They needed nurses for Vietnam and she had always wanted to be a nurse so after she completed her nurse's training, she was commissioned. She retired from the U.S. Army Reserves as a colonel. She believes it is important for the younger women vets to get involved in all of the veteran service organizations like VFW, American Legion DAV, and AMVETS. The...
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Kate Weber is a Military Sexual Trauma survivor and encourages other MST survivors to become veteran advocates. Interview was filmed at the C.D.V.A. Women Veterans Leadership Conference in San Diego, Sept. 2013.
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Marianne S. Waldrop served 24 years in the U.S. Marine Corps as an Intelligence Officer and retired as a Colonel. She tells how women have made it in the military and the changes she has seen during her career. There is a tremendous transition going in in the military and she advocates a need for more women in the officer ranks. Interview was filmed at the C.D.V.A. Women Veterans Leadership Conference in San Diego, Sept. 2013
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Don Goode, Founder of Business Boot Camp, a 10 to 12 week online business course is an accelerated program with 4 distinct parts. Click here for more info: http://www.businessbootcamp.org/ First is Life Skills Personal Development matched with a mentor. Second is Entrepreneurial Training. Third is a college level introduction to Business. The fourth curriculum is Boots on the Ground, Earn While you Learn Field Exercises, partnered with a business coach. Interview was filmed at the CA Dept. of...
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Veterans Helping Veterans TV
Dec 20, 2012
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Paula J. Caplan, author of "When Johnny and Jane Come Marching Home, How All of Us Can Help Veterans" is interviewed by Sheryl Shaffer. Actively listening to veterans and not drugging or labeling them with PTSD would be an appropriate choice. Healing through the Arts is discussed. Paula Caplan's website is http://www.whenjohnnyandjanecomemarching.weebly.com
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Veterans Helping Veterans TV
Nov 20, 2012
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Lori McCallum, US Navy combat veteran back from her 9 month tour of duty in Afghanistan, talks about being in a 45 min firefight at the clinic she worked at. She provided security for civilian Afghanistan women who came to the clinic. .Also how lack of sleep and stress cause PTSD in many returning veterans and why it is important for vets to get registeed at the VA.. Interviewed by Sheryl Shaffer.
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Veterans Helping Veterans TV
Nov 1, 2012
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Interviews with Riverside County Veteran Service Officer Clinton Hollins, AMVETS CA Service Officer Oscar Sifuentes, AMVETS Post 66 Commander Philip Watts, Mike Read of U.S. Senior Vets, Scars to Fredom Founder Guadalupe Ponte, Vet Center Mobile Vet Van of Cornoa Readjustment Counselor Mark Ho and EDD CA Vet Rep Frederic Straight. Interviewed by Sheryl Shaffer.
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Louis Bickford, VFW CA Chairman for the Native American Veterans, is interviewed by Sheryl Shaffer. Mr. Bickford is certified by the Veterans of Foreign Wars to do veteran claims for compensation and pension. He is the President of First Nations, a V.S.O. and tells how they are training Native American Vets to become Service Officers and veteran advocates.
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Sheryl Shaffer interviews Eli Soto and Pat Keenan of the Alameda County Veterans Employment Committee about jobs and training for veterans. The WOTC (Work Opportunity Tax Credit) for employers is explained in great detail. The WOTC is a great incentive for employers who hire veterans. Also CA EDD Job Services is presented.
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Sheryl Shaffer interviews Anthony Garcia and Manjula Jonnalagadda of Call Dibs a free App for smart phones For more info go to: http://www.calldibsapp.com. Plus a special video roll-in from the 2012 AFMD 128th Air Refueling Wing of the Wisconsin Air National Guard, filmed by David Ryba of Veteran Media Services of Milwaukee.
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Veterans Helping Veterans TV
May 28, 2012
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71st annual Memorial Day Observance at Golden Gate National Cemetery, 1300 Sneath Lane, San Bruno, CA. 94066 "The Price of Freedom" Presented by Avenue of the Flags Committee and VHV-TV, filmed on Monday May 28th, 2012
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More presenttions from Tara Wise's National Women Veterans Association of America 2012 Annual Conference, "Women Veterans Break the Silence", with Dionna Pritchard, Evelyn Lynn Thomas, and DeBreena Glastervann.
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More Speeches from the NWVAA 2012 Conference,"Women Veterans Break the Silence" Featuring - Eldonna Lewis Fernandez, "The Pink Biker Chick", LaShonda Gill, Retired Army Combat Veteran, and Bob Filner, Former Chairman for the Veterans Committee on Veterans.
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Thanks to Tara Wise Founder of National Women Veterans of America Association, plus the ladies telling their survival stories of MST and how they learned to cope and recover from these experiences, so others won't have to suffer. Tara Wise, BriGette McCoy and Jason Moon are presented.
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Sheryl Shaffer a member of the DAR Presido, interviews Chistina Ramos, Regent Presidio Chapter NSDAR. They discuss the history of the DAR, membership, qualifications and what they do to help veterans. For more information go to: http://presidiodar.org
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Veterans Helping Veterans TV
Mar 12, 2012
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Interviews with Fred Brattain of Disabled Golfers Learning Foundation, and Dick Rutledge of Tee It Up For The Troops. How they help in the recovery of disabled veterans and their families, to feel welcome and capable of golfing and feeling like one of the gang again. Motto “Yes you can do this.”
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This Veterans Helping Veterans (VHV) video is Part-2 of two parts, which features the new Veterans Resource Center (VRC) in San Francisco's historic War Memorial Veterans Building, built in 1932. This episode of VHV was produced in collaboration with the Veterans Media Center of San Francisco, which supplied footage of the opening day ceremony and speakers, including Craig Newmark, founder of Craigslist, and other leading figures from the Veterans community. For more information about the VRC,...
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Veterans Day 11/11/2011 Observance, "Honoring Their Service", at Golden Gate National Cemetery 1300 Sneath Lane, San Bruno, CA. Plus Gettysburg Address Plaque Presentation by Rotary Club of San Bruno and The Avenue of the Flags Committee.
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Veterans Helping Veterans TV
Oct 27, 2011
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This Veterans Helping Veterans (VHV) video is Part-1 of two parts, which features the new Veterans Resource Center (VRC) in San Francisco's historic War Memorial Veterans Building, built in 1932. This episode of VHV was produced in collaboration with the Veterans Media Center of San Francisco, which supplied footage of the opening day ceremony and speakers, including Craig Newmark, founder of Craigslist, and other leading figures from the Veterans community. For more information about the VRC,...
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Veterans Helping Veterans TV
Oct 26, 2011
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Presenting information from the Oct 2011 Womens Veteran Conference, Ontario, CA. Sheryl interviews Jeanne Bonfilio, Gina Rawson, Nancy Dailey, Kenya Lawson and Eldonna L Fernandez. They talk about how the VA can help women veterans with special service, counseling plus housing and medical help too.
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Whole Vets helping veterans to stay healthy, eat right, exercise and fit back into society and learn skills for better lives.
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Veterans Helping Veterans TV
Apr 19, 2011
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This video is about the new Veteran Resource and Opportunity Center (V-ROC) Ribbon Cutting at Cañada College in Redwood City, CA. It shows how colleges can help veterans to make the change From Combat to the Classroom with the support from other veterans who know the challenges and can help with benefits and educational guidence in a low stress environment in order to adjust back into civilian life. The goal is to help them in getting the tools to become productive again and support them along...
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Veterans Helping Veterans TV
Mar 15, 2011
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Staff, residents and AMVETS volunteers present the "Barstow Veterans Home." This 5 star rated home is under utilized. Veterans considering living in a veterans home should check out Barstow because the veterans are well taken care of and appreciated for their military service. Their motto at Barstow is "Come live with us."
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Veterans Helping Veterans TV
Jan 18, 2011
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Sheryl Shaffer, AMVETS CA Dist 4 Commander, Interviews Patrick Hillary, The Quest for a US Stamp "Kilroy Was Here", Plus Interview with Leo McArdle of AMVETS CA post 54 in Redwood City, about helping the Boy Scouts.
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"Honor Flight and AMVETS Post 40 Santa Rosa" episode features Tom and Debbi Johnson of Honor Flight NORCAL. They tell how having her father be the first recepient of an Honor Flight changed their lives and how they run the Honor Flight program for the state of California. Honor Flights take WWII veterans to the National WW2 Memorial in Washington, D.C. Also featured is Bud Simmons and Dave and Jackie Richey of Post 40 in Santa Rosa and the VA "Myhealthevent" is presented.
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Veterans Helping Veterans TV
Nov 16, 2010
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G.I. Hope, a non-profit helping with transitional housing and services for returning Women Veterans
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Veterans Helping Veterans TV
Aug 1, 2010
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Interviews with Deb Davis, Marketing Dir. for "Paws"and Kevin Stone, a U.S. Army disabled vet. He tells how having a service dog changed his life and gave him his independence back after he survived injuries sustained in a vehicle crash.
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An American Boy Trapped in Nazi Germany, a soldiers story.
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Lindsey Sin, Deputy Secretary for Women Veterans for the California Department of Veteran Affairs speaks about the Women Veterans Leadership conference and how they are empowering women veterans. Women vets face a lot of the same challenges that male veterans do like high unemployment and rising homelessness. The conference is all about empowering women veterans to reach their full potential. We encourage veterans to learn about what their benefits are. Interview conducted by Sheryl Shaffer at...
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Robin Kilcoyne, a U.S. Army Vet, is the Executive Director of the Queen of Hearts Equine Services for Heroes. She tells how she become involved with the equine therapeutic riding center in Jurupa Valley. Robin explains why this is such a wonderful therapy for disabled veterans. Interviews filmed at the C.D.V.A. Women Veterans Conference in San Diego, September 2013.
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Darcy Pavich, Chaplain and Stand Down Co Ordinator for the Veterans Village San Diego tells how VVSD offers a wide range continuum of services for homeless vets. They offer complete solutions for many of the problems facing our vets like substance abuse, homelessness, unemployment and a full re integration back into society. Strive for something bigger and better and get the help you need. Stand Down is a 3 day event held at the San Diego High School and they bring the services to the vets and...
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Jim Fitzgerald, co founder of the Acumen Academy of America offers a real world education for teaching veterans how to start their own business. Most new job creation is done by small businesses. 15% of veterans want to start their own business, but do not have basic business fundamentals. Some of the courses offered will be how to create a business plan, how to form a corporation and other related subjects. How to think like a business owner. Acumen Academy of America, has partnered with...
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BriGette McCoy, founder of Social Justice for Women Veterans tells us about her service project about veteran advocates and connecting women veterans in the Atlanta, GA area. BriGette discuses her military sexual trauma she experienced while serving in the U.S. Army. After getting out of the military, she was homeless with young children and eventually obtained housing. She advises women veterans to get a copy of their military medical records and to contact a local veteran service organization...
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Jovane Henry, a U.S. Marine Corps combat correspondent, is host of V2, the Vet View. She started the Vet View talk show as a way to outreach to vets. She helps to put a name and face of veterans to the civilian community. All vets have different journeys and a lot of veterans have overcome major barriers and now lead successful lives. These stories deserve to be seen and heard. Vets will always be coming home and there should be a forum for vets to be able to tell about their military...
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Latonia Dixon, Commander of the American Legion Robert Basker Post 315 of San Francisco, tells us about healing through the arts. She tells us her personal story and how she is recovering from MST, through art therapy. We encourage veterans to learn about what their benefits are and to join a veteran service organization. Interview conducted by Sheryl Shaffer at the C.D.V.A. Women Veterans Conference, September 2013 in San Diego, CA.
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Stephanie Stone, a U.S. Navy (Ret.) vet, tells us about her transition from her U.S. Navy career to her current job as the Chief Deputy Director for the Military and Veterans Affairs for the County of Los Angeles. The Bob Hope Patriotic Hall has been renovated and is now a one stop shop for vets and their families to learn about veteran benefits, veteran service organizations and community based organizations. Interview by Sheryl Shaffer at the C.D.V.A. Women Veterans Conference, September 2013...
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Jenna Lombardo, Executive Director for the Enduring Independence Veterans program for the Goodwill Industries of Orange County, CA, tells us about Enduring Independence and how they are working with the Post 911 vets to develop the skills they need to obtain their employment goal. "Enduring Independence is a pioneering effort whose core thesis is that hiring a veteran is not a moral or patriotic decision, but a smart business decision. Enduring Independence highlights the "ten vet...
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